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  • moonshot
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Minimising WMA artifacts on replay
Unfortunately one of my portable recorders sometimes creates WMA (version 8) audio files with "birdy-sounds". 

By "birdy-sounds" I mean a continuous restless low-level artifact which can be heard in the background of the recording.

Would different WMA decoders manage to replay the same audio file with fewer "birdy-sounds" than other WMA decoders?

  • pdq
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Minimising WMA artifacts on replay
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I would expect one compliant decoder to return exactly the same file (within rounding errors) as another compliant decoder.